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(HY) (SE-Homozygous) 75 days. 6-7’H plants produce exceptionally tender, deliciously plump and sweet 8”L x 2” ears bursting with 16 rows of yellow and white kernels. Superb quality. Noted for early vigor. Retains sweetness for up to 10 days after harvest. A hardy shipper. High Resistance: Stewart's Wilt; Intermediate Resistance: Northern Corn Leaf Blight. Approximately 250 seeds per ounce or 4,000 seeds per pound
(OP) (MO) HEIRLOOM. 70 days. Looks and tastes like a cucumber but genetically a melon! Crispy flesh is BURPLESS and NEVER BITTER! 2-3’L, pale green, spineless, ribbed fruits. As it is sliced, it releases a subtly "melonish" aroma into the air. Its flavor is that of a mildly sweet cucumber with hints of melon undertones and aftertaste. Best when picked under 12.” Grows straight, for easy slicing, if grown on fence or trellis. Unsupported – they curl into unique shapes. Prolific producer. Loves hot weather! (CMV) Approximately 1,000 seeds per ounce or 16,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 68 days. Longtime favorite for sweet mild flavor! Extremely high yielding 18-24”H plant produces large, pointed yellow waxy fruits reaching 6-7”L x 1 ½”W. Turn brilliant red when mature. Crunchy fruits are a favorite for pickling, making delicious jams and relishes, garnishing sandwiches and salads, stuffing, sautéing, or munching straight from the garden! Approximately 4,000-5,625 seeds per ounce or 64,000-90,000 seeds per pound
(OP-Annual) 70 days. Large, vigorous 12- 15” H plant. Prolific producer of excellent tasting lemony, spicy leaves. Silvery green foliage, sturdy branches and large leaves make for a great ornamental plant. Late flowering deters developing a bitter taste. Need one more reason to try Persian Basil? The beautiful pink flowers are highly attractive to bees and other pollinators. Basil adds kick to pesto, soups, seafood, bruschetta, salads, pizza and infused in your favorite olive oil. Excellent patio containers or in the herb garden. Approximately 15,600 seeds per ounce or 249,600 seeds per pound
(HY) Indeterminate. 75 days. Holds a Guinness Book of World Records championship for yields: Nearly 350 lbs. of tomatoes from a single plant over a single season! Expect heavy yields of delicious, juicy, yet meaty, firm, round, red fruits weighing 10-16 oz. and more. Has just the right balance of acid and sugar. Heavy foliage protects fruits from sun scald. Widely adaptable to climates and soil conditions. Requires staking or cages. Continues to be the choice for many Home Gardeners and Commercial Growers. (ASC, FW1, N, St, V) Approximately 11,500 seeds per ounce or 184,000 seeds per pound
(HY) Indeterminate. 73 days. This one has it all: Large size, bears early, delicious flavor and highly disease resistant! 12-16 oz., mostly blemish-free, globe-shaped red fruits are borne early summer to frost and will set fruit in cool, wet weather. Its old-time, rich tomato flavor can’t be beat. Widely adaptable. Drought and heat tolerant. Requires staking or cages. (ASC, FW 1&2, N, St, TMV, V) Approximately 11,500 seeds per ounce or 184,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 48 days. Classic, most popular and widely available OP spinach! Harvest heavy yields of large, spreading, glossy dark green, heavily savoyed leaves that are sweet and tender with a rich flavor. Matures quickly. Slow to bolt. Stands 2 weeks longer than most at rosette stage. Cold and heat resistant. Cook as greens or use fresh in salads. Harvest early for baby spinach. Approximately 2,800 seeds per ounce or 44,800 seeds per pound.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 50-60 days. Attractive 4’H plants with green leaves contrasting with burgundy stem branches and leaf ribs. Bright yellow flowers followed by tender 5-7” deep burgundy slender pods that add beautiful color to any gumbo dish! Most productive of the red varieties. Ornamental and edible! Use in landscaping and dried and fresh flower arrangements.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 60 days. One of the most popular garden lettuces! Premium quality with a luscious buttery flavor! 12”H medium heads with smooth dark green, tender, juicy leaves and a compact creamy yellow heart. Slow to bolt. Maintains its sweetness during summer’s heat without turning bitter! 392,520 seeds per pound or 24,530 seeds per ounce.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 100 days. Undisputed king of all butternut squash! Vigorous vining plant produces good yields of 5-6, uniform, 7-9”L x 4” diameter (around its plump “bulb end”) fruits weighing 3-6 lb. Fruits have small seed cavities and thick, straight, cylindrical necks. Rich, dry, orange fine-textured flesh has a scrumptiously nutty-sweet flavor with a high cooking quality. Exceptional keepers. Delicious roasted, sautéed, pureed or made into soup. Approximately 329 seeds per ounce or 5,270 seeds per pound
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